Perry wore the Lena style, named after her friend, actress Lena Dunham. She paired the white sequined sneakers with a white suit for her performance with Skip Marley, who also wore white sneakers. Perry’s performance was certainly politically charged — she wore an armband with the word “Persist” on it and at one point the words “We the People” from the U.S. constitution were splashed across the stage.
Perry’s line, which releases on Feb. 16, is inspired by her signature style. She told Footwear News that the collection is “vibrant, expressive and defining.” Luckily for fans, Perry’s strategy was to create a line that was accessible — styles retail from $59 to $299.
“Not everybody is rich, and not everybody is excessive,” she told FN. “And everybody has more important things to spend their money on — whether it’s their children or their family or their health. At the end of the day, your personality shouldn’t be so expensive to display.”
Before her performance, Perry walked the red carpet in a Tom Ford dress.
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